As I mentioned, we're doing an alphabet countdown for the last 26 days of school - and the students are LOVING it! :) "Q" was Quiz Show Day! I decided to take questions from previous tests and quizzes throughout the year to see how much the kiddos had retained. And to make it fun, I put the ... Read More about FREE Easy Create-Your-Own Jeopardy Game
Today I'm linking up with my bud, Holly, from Fourth Grade Flipper for her "Tried It Tuesday" linky party I'm actually cheating today (sorry Holly!) because this isn't something that I've tried...yet! I'm planning on doing this on the last day of school - but wanted to share it ... Read More about Tried-It Tuesday: Teacher Report Cards
Happy Wednesday! Today I am linking up with my bud, Jivey, from Ideas by Jivey, for her Workshop Wednesday linky: Today's topic is about implementing science into reading. This is God-timing because this was a post I'd recently prepared and was looking for the best time to publish it ... Read More about Let’s Learn About BIOMES!
Today I want to share some fun activities that we did last week to celebrate St. Patrick's Day! I hope you can use some in your upper elementary classroom - or even with your own kiddos :) We Treasure Our Classmates St. Patrick's day felt right during our study of adjectives, so I thought this ... Read More about A Week of St. Patrick’s Day Fun!
Happy Tuesday, friends! I am linking up with my bud, Holly, from "Fourth Grade Flipper" for her Tried It Tuesday linky! Last week I began the exciting process of throwing in review for the upcoming Standardized test. We were reviewing the parts of speech and I thought I would change it up a ... Read More about Parts of Speech Magazine Collage
Happy Tuesday! Today I'm linking up an idea I tried with my friend, Holly, from Fourth Grade Flipper Do you send home a weekly newsletter to your parents? I always have - I think it's a great way to keep parents updated with what's going on in the classroom and answer general questions. At this ... Read More about Tried-It Tuesday: Are Your Parents Really Reading Your Newsletter?